Gucci Mane Targets Diddy in Diss Track 'TakeDat' Amid Sex Trafficking Investigation

Rapper Gucci Mane unleashes scathing diss track 'TakeDat' targeting hip hop mogul Diddy amid federal sex trafficking investigation. The hard-hitting track references Diddy's alleged misconduct, sparking a fiery feud in the rap world.

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Gucci Mane Targets Diddy in Diss Track 'TakeDat' Amid Sex Trafficking Investigation

Gucci Mane Targets Diddy in Diss Track 'TakeDat' Amid Sex Trafficking Investigation

Rapper Gucci Mane has released a scathing diss track titled 'TakeDat' aimed at hip hop mogul Sean 'Diddy' Combs. The song, which dropped on April 26, 2024, makes numerous references to the ongoing federal sex trafficking investigation into Diddy.

Throughout the track, Gucci Mane repeatedly uses the phrase 'No Diddy' a total of 119 times, mocking the Bad Boy Records founder. The lyrics take shots at various aspects of Diddy's life and business, including allegations that he paid rapper Yung Miami to be his "sex worker," spiked drinks at parties, and hosted events with underage girls.

Gucci Mane also brings up claims made by singer Cassie, Diddy's ex-girlfriend, suggesting that the mogul blew up rapper Kid Cudi's car for dating her. The song references several of Diddy's associates and former signees, including The Notorious B.I.G., whose iconic music videos are parodied in the 'TakeDat' visuals.

The music video features Gucci Mane and his wife, Keyshia Ka'Oir, recreating a famous scene from The Notorious B.I.G.'s 'Big Poppa' video, which originally featured Diddy and his then-girlfriend Misa Hylton surrounded by women in a bathtub. Gucci Mane has called the track the hardest song of the summer."

Why this matters: The release of 'TakeDat' comes as the federal sex trafficking investigation into Diddy intensifies, with his homes in Los Angeles and Miami recently raided by the Department of Homeland Security. The serious allegations against the hip hop mogul, which include sexual harassment, rape, and battery, have been made by five of his former close associates.

Fellow rapper 50 Cent, who has had a long-standing feud with Diddy, reposted Gucci Mane's 'TakeDat' video on his Instagram feed, expressing his approval of the diss track. 50 Cent commented, "That's what you get," referring to Gucci Mane's jabs at Diddy.

Diddy has vehemently denied the allegations against him, stating, "ENOUGH IS ENOUGH," and vowing to fight to clear his name and legacy. As the investigation continues, the release of Gucci Mane's 'TakeDat' adds fuel to the controversy surrounding one of hip hop's most prominent figures.

Key Takeaways

  • Gucci Mane releases scathing diss track 'TakeDat' targeting Diddy
  • Lyrics reference Diddy's federal sex trafficking investigation
  • Music video parodies Diddy's past with Notorious B.I.G.
  • 50 Cent approves of Gucci Mane's diss, amid Diddy's denials
  • Controversy intensifies as investigation into Diddy continues